If investors are able to see deals mature before investing and know there is a higher likelihood of the startup not failing, then why does anybody bother to invest in early-stage startups? Particularly if it is such a high-risk market to be involved in and any pay off is likely to only come five, ten or even fifteen years later.
Why Clubhouse becomes our new cave of contemporary stone age? We analyze this new social media from culture and technology perspectives.
TSVC General Partner Spencer Greene share with us what's next big opportunities in the Roaring 20' and where we will find next Zoom and what sectors are we expecting to have tremendous changes.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM FIRESIDE CHAT WITH AUSTIN CHE (Co-founder of Ginkgo Bioworks & Advisor for TSVC’s Alpha Program)
Geospatial Data Balloons: The Uplifting Solution to Aerial Monitoring Challenges
TSVC Founding Partner Eugene Zhang tells the true story of Zoom investment when it just started. TSVC is the very first fund to invest in Zoom in 2011.
In a virtual town hall meeting this week, partners at our VC firm met with portfolio company CEO’s to discuss the future of funding, the importance of cost structure, and potential opportunities in these uncertain times.
The childcare software industry is on the cusp of new transitions that potential investors and entrepreneurs should keep an eye on. It’s a relatively new industry where exciting market players are capitalizing on untapped opportunities.
TSVC Fund II portfolio company, Carta, has raised a $300 million Series E, led by Andreessen Horowitz. Lightspeed, Goldman Sachs and others. The round brings Carta’s total known funding to $447 million.
TSVC (formerly TEEC Angel Fund) is very excited to announce that our Fund I portfolio company Zoom launched its initial public offering (IPO) on Nasdaq on Thursday, April 18, making it one of a handful of high-growth tech companies to be profitable when going public this year.
TSVC Fund III portfolio company, Zūm, has raised a $40 million Series C, led by BMW i Ventures. Sequoia Capital, Spark Capital, Volvo Cars Tech Fund and others. The round brings Zūm’s total known funding to $67 million.
Microsoft on Thursday said that it’s acquiring Citus Data (TSVC Fund I’s portfolio company), a start-up that has commercialized open-source database software called PostgreSQL.
Startups supporting startups are blazing a new trail with support from venture capitalists.
DataFox (TSVC Fund 2) is acquired by Oracle.
Quanergy (TSVC Fund 1 invested) announced it has secured Series C funding at a valuation exceeding $2 billion, with a global top-tier fund as the lead investor.